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Shooting for the moon with science and tech

When John F Kennedy announced we were sending man to the moon, he kicked off an age of innovation that underpins science and technology today – and the Moonshot podcast is exploring the sector’s biggest ideas.

Sans Forgetica wins prestigious design award

Sans Forgetica, a typeface that could help people remember more of what they read, has claimed the top award in Communication Design at the 61st annual Good Design Awards overnight.

HR failing workers with intellectual disabilities, study finds

Experts are calling for a major rethink of how businesses manage workers with intellectual disabilities, with new research showing they're often left behind in the workplace.

Spreading information security

It’s the one bug you do want to catch: new research has found a culture of security in an organisation can be contagious.

Looking to the future for true gender equality

History shows progress has been made on equal pay in Australia, but much more work still needs to be done, according to the experts.

New Director boosts RMIT Activator

Support for start-ups and entrepreneurial thinking is set to take another giant stride forward, with a new Director of RMIT Activator announced today.

The changing face of accounting

No longer a faceless executive, the accountant is coming to the fore to lead organisations through radical changes.

Report warns of uncertain future for registered training organisations

New research with industry calls for more consistent national policies on Australia's Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector.

Listening to community, looking forward together

RMIT researchers are supporting community-led efforts to change laws holding some Aboriginal Victorians back from employment.

Report calls for Australian digital skills framework

New research finds most employers are unprepared for the digital future of work and risk being left behind.

Women at work: Q&A with Iola Mathews

Iola Mathews has fought for women’s rights at work for decades. She spoke to RMIT’s Pauline Stanton about her new book and what we can learn from the past.

Blockchain researcher gets accounting student of the year nomination

Jana Schmitz’s forward-thinking approach to accounting has landed her in the running for a national accounting prize.

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